Norwegian, WestJet and easyJet have announced a new partnership which will give travellers access to global destinations and easier short-haul connections on a single booking. The new ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ platform launches today and includes destinations in Norwegian’s network of […]
To build up excitement around its new routes to the US from the UK and Ireland, Norwegian shares its top picks of US East Coast destinations. In June and July Norwegian will launch its new transatlantic routes from Edinburgh, Belfast, Cork, […]
Alaska Airlines will scrap the Virgin America brand and, instead, re-bake itself to offer a new product and fresh attitude. Is it enough?
In case you missed the implications of NAI’s approval, or wondered why opponents made such a fuss over something which was already happening (Norwegian adding new routes to the U.S.), the stars have now aligned for the long-awaited partnership between two Irish airlines which will rock the transatlantic market.
Ryanair releases two Halloween-themed introductions to two of the grandest Samhain destinations on the planet: Dublin and Transylvania.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is warning against protectionist tactics as demand for air travel increases over the next two decades.
Norwegian reports that it carried almost 2.8 million passengers in September, which is an increase of 14 percent compared to the same month last year.
Norwegian’s latest long-haul route launch is a direct flight from Copenhagen Airport to San Francisco/Oakland which will launch in time for flowers: March 28, 2017.
Ryanair is touting its strong baggage handling performance, compared to competitors in Europe and around the world, by citing figures from SITA’s Baggage Handling report published earlier this year.